In fact, it had to be as the spa in question was not a spa at all. I had booked an appointment with W Med Spa assuming that it was a place where I was going to get some relaxing treatment for myself. In fact, when they told me of the various options they had, I thought it was in addition to the other regular spa procedures. However, the experience was not good at all. Their premises at 1401 Avocado Ave 810 was quite good, in fact, it was a bit too flashy. When I walked in, the person at the reception was not very welcoming at all. In fact, when I wanted to ask her about the procedures in detail, she talked to me in a manner as if I did not know anything. I was feeling ill at ease already but I had driven a long distance, and did not want to return empty handed, especially because of a pesky receptionist. However, I should have taken the signal and returned right away. The entire session was such a waste of money. There was nothing that I liked and it was more of a cosmetic clinic than anything else. They tried to push me to get some treatment or body correction which I had no need of. Eventually, I simply had to leave disappointed after a waxing session which hurt like hell. The people at this place are keeping up a very different façade and there is nothing medicinal or therapeutic about them. I drove all the way up and down for nothing and I would take good care to let everyone know that the place has nothing substantial to offer and only preys on the insecurities of women.
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